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Re: GDPR

In article <HA7WB.1050$ZC3.797@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Massimo
Rosen wrote:
> GDPR means
> you must *understand* it. You must know what rights your users and every
> other person you do business with has, and you must enable your
> processes to deal with those rights.
>
> It all starts with a lawyer. And a *LOT* of coffein and tranquilizers at
> the same time.


Likely to add in some audit function to make sure it is all working as
designed, after having designed it all.
It is largely just process and procedure, not just winging it.


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Re: GDPR

Andy Konecny wrote:
> It is largely just process and procedure, not just winging it.


Yes.

- Anders


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